In keeping with the most recent design trends, Ege Seramik proudly
introduces the “JOLLY” collection of glazed porcelain tile to the US
Market. Beauty and versatility come to life with the popular Hexagon
Shaped Tile. The JOLLY Collection is the first of many lines that will be
rolling out in this eye-catching six-sided polygon shape.
Available in two natural earth tone colors (Blue and Brown) and sized
17”x20” (43cm x 50cm), JOLLY is ideal for both residential and
commercial applications. Design potential is virtually limitless; the range
may be used for both floor and wall projects. Additionally, like most Ege
Seramik glazed porcelain tiles, JOLLY has unique properties that allow
for both indoor and outdoor installation.
About Ege Seramik
Since 1991, Ege Seramik has been a major supplier of top-quality ceramic and porcelain tile materials. The firm currently serves a strong and loyal cadre of active North American customers from its stateside headquarters in Georgia. For years, Ege Seramik has been the number one Turkish product exported to the North American continent.
To learn more about Ege Seramik and view the entire product line, visit or contact the firm directly at Ege Seramik America, Inc. 1721 Oakbrook Drive, Suite C,  Norcross, GA 30093 Office: (678) 291-0888.

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